In small, island churches, there aren’t always elaborate sound systems, teams of musicians or singers with the voice of an angel. Sometimes it’s just a church mother and her voice filled with years of experience of overcoming with God’s Grace and a tambourine. When I was a kid, the tambourine was the funnest instrument in… Continue reading Flamenco Dancing & Church Ladies
These past two weeks I got to do a bit of travel for work and the food was so amazing. Here is but a sampling. Myanmar foods have some interesting smells but always contain some green vegetables, pickled items, curried meats, rice and noodles. It's a mashup of Chinese, Indian and Thai influence. Yes, that… Continue reading Food
Our brains have a brilliant way of rationalizing things even when all other facts say the opposite. One more cookie won’t hurt (which turns into 5), one more hour up, buy the jacket because YOLO. I’ll get back to this. Las Vegas, much like New York, is a city of lights and excitement and lots… Continue reading We Almost Bought a Timeshare
Check out our day trip to the Rocky Mountain National Park. I wish we had had an earlier start to really spend more time actually hiking. Colorado is truly a beautiful state. The air is clean, the mountains are spectacular and there are so many outdoor activities in and around nature.
After learning that this would be our last summer in Colorado, we decided to make it an adventurous one. We drove (and by we I mean him) to Moab, Utah and visited Arches National Park, known for their natural sandstone arches and beautiful rock formations. Many Americans set up camp grounds in the park and… Continue reading Last Days in the CO